Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 860818
operation schedule doesn't show proper "repeat every" value
Last modified: 2013-08-31 06:15:55 EDT
Schedule a repeating operation so that you set "Repeat every" to some value (say 12345 seconds or 12345 minutes).
Save it, then go to the Schedules subtab and look at the schedule. The "Repeat every" always shows a value that appears to be in milliseconds, and it always says the units is "seconds" even though you tell it a different one (say minutes or hours). The value actually looks correct (albeit in milliseconds) but clearly this UI display needs to be fixed.
fixed in master by 88e982c
time: Tue Oct 2 22:18:32 2012 +0200
author: Jirka Kremser - firstname.lastname@example.org
message: [Bug 860818 - operation schedule doesn't show proper "repeat every" value] The "seconds" unit type was used no matter what actual units were selected. Now when the operation is scheduled, the "repeat every" value is persisted to DB in millis and when displaying the details about the op., the millis are converted to human readable form.
Build Number: 73a33d5
Bulk close of old bugs in VERIFIED state.